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Resident #1: Jana Göpper

Transdisciplinary Perspectives Based on a School Curriculum

Every school year lab.Bode invites experts from different disciplines to interrogate the collections of the Bode-Museum from different perspectives. Artists, researchers, and practitioners are commissioned with finding new topics and questions, which are then added to the catalogue of potential topics and contribute new perspectives to this pool. To conclude their residencies, participants formulate a commentary, which they leave behind in the museum. Whether an intervention that is visible in the museum, a text, or an artistic format, these serve as starting points for the development of new school projects.

 

lab.Bode resident: Jana Göpper, mathematician, grade-school pedagogue

Jana Göpper is an elementary school pedagogue who studied music teaching at the University of the Arts Berlin. She is a doctoral research assistant (Professor Eva Jablonka) at the Freie Universität Berlin in the Department of Education/Psychology, Division of Primary Education/Mathematics and Society. Her doctoral thesis is dedicated to the topic of “Mathematics and Improvisation.”

Dates: May 14–18, 2018

 

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5 Tage und 5 Fragen
Am ersten Tag ihrer Residency stellten wir Jana Göpper im Denkraum 5 Fragen zu ihrer Arbeit und ihrem Aufenthalt:

Wer bist Du?
Was ist Deine erste, spontane Reaktion zum Bode-Museum?
Was interessiert Dich besonders?
Was erwartest Du von Deinem Aufenthalt?
Worauf freust Du Dich?

 

5 Fragen an Jana Göpper vor ihrer Residency

 

Nach ihrer Zeit baten wir Jana zurück zu blicken und stellten ihr in ihrem Lieblingsraum im Bode-Museum wieder 5 Fragen:

Wie würdest Du Deine Residency in einem Wort beschreiben?
Mit welchen Themen hast Du Dich beschäftigt?
Was hat Dich überrascht?
Was hast Du über die Sammlung gelernt?
Zu welchem Kommentar hat Dich die Residency inspiriert?

 

5 Fragen an Jana Göpper nach ihrer Residency